Tim’s Top Links – 3/7/19

I’ll keep this short and sweet, everybody should go listen to this week’s podcast episode (linked below)!

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘060 – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One’ – Living With Money 

  • In a special episode, my younger brother Casey joins us to talk about his new blog ‘All Things Are One’, and to shed some light on some things he’s learned about himself and the world in the last year after being diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia.

‘Moving Target’ – Adam M. Grossman – Humble Dollar

  • In his latest post, Adam talks about some recent changes to Emerging Market index funds, China, and what investors can do about it.

‘Getting Busy on the Proof’ – Bob Seawright – Above the Market

  • Bob talks about how people use confirmation bias and other forms of bias to believe some wild theories like the ‘flat-earth’ believers, and more.

‘Millennials Opened 56% of New Roth IRA Accounts in 2018’ – Camilo Maldonado – Forbes

  • This post outlines the growing number of Millennials who are contributing to Roth IRA accounts.  Roth IRA’s are becoming more and more popular for young folks who want to save for retirement, but need flexibility as well.


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